Enable™ is the logical evolution of scalable corporate management systems.

At Enable, we stand on the shoulders of the giants before us. 

Smith, Whitney, Taylor, Ford, Toyoda, Deming, Ohno, Womack, Takeuchi and Nonaka, these are our fore-bearers.

State of Arizona, Nike, John Deere, and FedEx, these are our stewards, executing with excellence by using a management system that our “giants” evolved for us.

Through the Enable™ Management System, we make that management system accessible to and adoptable for all types of companies and their teams. It is a packaged implementation, and it requires a licensed practitioner.

The Enable Founders

MEET KYLE, EMILY, AND DANE

In 2018, the three of us came together to help organizations train their leaders, teach a model, and achieve accountable results. It is not only our mission to create the leaders we want in the future, it is a movement in addressing a market skills gap. We approach this mission with humble expertise, focusing on continuous learning, investing in human goodness, and unlocking the value in our people. 

The Enable Founders

MEET KYLE, EMILY, AND DANE

In 2018, the three of us came together to help organizations train their leaders, teach a model, and achieve accountable results. It is not only our mission to create the leaders we want in the future, it is a movement in addressing a market skills gap. We approach this mission with humble expertise, focusing on continuous learning, investing in human goodness, and unlocking the value in our people. 

Evolve with Enable™

1776

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DIVISION OF LABOR

Adam Smith

  • “An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of nations.” 
  • Increased capacity at a pin-making factory.

1798

STANDARD PARTS

Eli Whitney

Presented Congress guns made from interchangeable parts.

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1908

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STANDARD WORK

Frederick Taylor

  • Scientific theory applied to management
  • “One best way.”

1911

MOVING LINE ASSEMBLY
& STANDARD PARTS

Henry Ford

  • Mass production of cars for average person to afford.
  • ‘Welfare capitalism’ ($5 workday and 40 hour week.)
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1926

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STOP THE LINE
& JUST IN TIME (JIT)

Sakichi Toyoda

Automatically stopping looms when a thread broke. 

In the creation of Toyota, chose not to copy Ford, because mass production was not yet “for the masses” in Japan.

1950

PDCA

W. Edwards Deming

  • Quality at the source
  • 14 Principles of Management
  • Plan, Do, Check, Act
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1955

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ROOT CAUSE,
CORRECTIVE ACTION

Taiichi Ohno

  • Father of Toyota Production System
  • Expounded on JIT Approach
  • Stop the process, correct the issue for good
  • Now ready for mass production

1990

MADE LEAN UNDERSTANDABLE

Jim Womack

  • Machine that Changed the World
  • Together with MIT researchers coined “Lean”
  • Lean Thinking
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1995

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DAILY STAND UP HUDDLES

Takeuchi and Nonaka

  • ‘The New New Product Development Game’
  • Scrum (agile product delivery)
  • Focus teams on objectives, not just tasks

2000

MANUFACTURING &
BEYOND

  • Organizations outside of manufacturing adopt these management systems.
  • Examples include the State of Arizona, Nike, John Deere, FedEx, and the University of Central Oklahoma.
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Today

THE ENABLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Your Company. Your Leaders.

In 2018, the Enable™ Management System was created.  A reliable and repeatable company management system, built on the contributions of our predecessors, is now accessible and adoptable for any organization.

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